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hard bony growth projecting from the head of certain animals; substance of which these growths are made; device used to sound a warning (in cars, etc.); (Music) wind instrument resembling a horn (usually brass instruments) butt or gore with the horns family name; Gertrude Franklin Atherton (1857-1948), United States author; city in Iowa (USA)

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Horn in Greek
κέρας, κέρατο, κλάξο, πνευστό όργανο, κόρνα

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Horn in Chinese (s)
角, 喇叭, 角质

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Horn in Chinese (t)
角, 喇叭, 角質

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Horn in Arabic
بوق, قرن, بوق من القرن, بوق السيارة, نفير, أحد طرفي الهلال, جزء من السندان, اعتبار, قربوس السرج, بوري, سلطة نطح, تطفل, زمر هورن, اسم العائلة; جيرترود فرانكلين أثيرتون (1857-1948), مؤلف الولايات المتحدة; مدينة في ولاية أيوا (الولايات المتحدة الأمريكية)

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Horn in Spanish
cuerno, anacora, trompa; bocina, claxon; cacho sonar la bocina; dar una cornada a, dar cornadas apellido; Gertrude Franklin Atherton (1857-1948), autoria estadounidense; ciudad en Iowa (Estados Unidos)

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Horn in Russian
рог, духовой инструмент, гудок, сирена, сигнал, рупор бодать, срезать рога, наставлять рога

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Horn in Dutch
hoorn; toeter stoten

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Horn in Portuguese
corno, chifre; buzina; trombeta de corno chifrar

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Horn in Turkish
boynuz, kap burnu, ırmak, anten, haliç kolu, duyarga, korna, klakson, boru, boynuzdan yapılmış eşya, kalkmış penis, bolluk simgesi boynuzlamak, toslamak, boynuz gibi yapmak Horn, soyadı; Gertrude Franklin Atherton (1857-1948), Amerika Birleşik Devletleri yazarı; Iowa'da bir şehir (ABD)

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Horn in Italian
corno; (Entom) antenna; corno da caccia; (fam) tromba; clacson; (Geog) capo, promontorio; vetta appuntita; (sl) telefono incornare, colpire con le corna, dare cornate a; (Mar) sistemare perpendicolarmente alla chiglia cognome; Gertrude Franklin Atherton (1857-1948), scrittore statunitense; città dell'Iowa (USA)

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Horn in French
corne; klaxon, cor corner, klaxonner Horn, nom de famille; Gertrude Franklin Atherton (1857-1948), auteur américain; ville de l'Iowa (États-Unis)

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Horn in German
Horn, Geweih; Musikinstrument; Hupe, Signalhorn, Sirene (mit den Hörnern) stoßen Familienname; Gertrude Franklin Atherton (1857-1948), US-amerikanische Autorin; eine Stadt in Iowa (USA)

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Horn in Japanese
角; 耳; 触角; 角製の物; ホーン, 警笛(車などの); (音楽)角笛のような楽器 角で突く; 角をつける

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Horn in Hebrew
קרן; חומר קרני; צופר; שופר לנגח הורן, שם משפחה; גרטרוד פרנקלין אתרטון (1948-1857), סופרת אמריקנית; עיר באיווה (ארה"ב)

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Horn in Korean
뿔; 뿔을 자라게 하는 물질; 경적; (음악) 뿔과 같은 관악기 뿔로 받다

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Horn in Swedish
horn; keratin, hornämne; signalhorn; mistlur stånga

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Horn in English
horn
\horn\ (?), n. [as. horn; akin to d. horen, hoorn, g., icel., sw., & dan. horn, goth. ha?rn, w., gael., & ir. corn, l. cornu, gr. &?;, and perh. also to e. cheer, cranium, cerebral; cf. skr. çiras head. cf. carat, corn on the foot, cornea, corner, cornet, cornucopia, hart.]
1. a hard, projecting, and usually pointed organ, growing upon the heads of certain animals, esp. of the ruminants, as cattle, goats, and the like. the hollow horns of the ox family consist externally of true horn, and are never shed.
2. the antler of a deer, which is of bone throughout, and annually shed and renewed.
3. (zo?l.) any natural projection or excrescence from an animal, resembling or thought to resemble a horn in substance or form; esp.: (a) a projection from the beak of a bird, as in the hornbill. (b) a tuft of feathers on the head of a bird, as in the horned owl. (c) a hornlike projection from the head or thorax of an insect, or the head of a reptile, or fish. (d) a sharp spine in front of the fins of a fish, as in the horned pout.
4. (bot.) an incurved, tapering and pointed appendage found in the flowers of the milkweed (asclepias).
5. something made of a horn, or in resemblance of a horn; as: (a) a wind instrument of music; originally, one made of a horn (of an ox or a ram); now applied to various elaborately wrought instruments of brass or other metal, resembling a horn in shape. "wind his horn under the castle wall." see french horn, under french. (b) a drinking cup, or beaker, as having been originally made of the horns of cattle. "horns of mead and ale." (c) the cornucopia, or horn of plenty. see cornucopia. "fruits and flowers from amalth?a's horn." (d) a vessel made of a horn; esp., one designed for containing powder; anciently, a small vessel for carrying liquids. "samuel took the hornof oil and anointed him [david]." xvi. 13. (e) the pointed beak of an anvil. (f) the high pommel of a saddle; also, either of the projections on a lady's saddle for supporting the leg. (g) (arch.) the ionic volute. (h) (naut.) the outer end of a crosstree; also, one of the projections forming the jaws of a gaff, boom, etc. (i) (carp.) a curved projection on the fore part of a plane. (j) one of the projections at the four corners of the jewish altar of burnt offering. "joab caught hold on the horns of the altar." i. 28.
6. one of the curved ends of a crescent; esp., an extremity or cusp of the moon when crescent-shaped. the moon wears a wan circle round her blunted horns.
7. (mil.) the curving extremity of the wing of an army or of a squadron drawn up in a crescentlike form. sharpening in mooned horns their phalanx.
8. the tough, fibrous material of which true horns are composed, being, in the ox family, chiefly albuminous, with some phosphate of lime; also, any similar substance, as that which forms the hoof crust of horses, sheep, and cattle; as, a spoon of horn.
9. (script.) a symbol of strength, power, glory, exaltation, or pride. the lord is the horn of my salvation. xviii. 2.
10. an emblem of a cuckold; -- used chiefly in the plural. "thicker than a cuckold's horn."
horn
block, the frame or pedestal in which a railway car axle box slides up and down; -- also called horn plate.
horn
of a dilemma. see under dilemma.
horn
distemper, a disease of cattle, affecting the internal substance of the horn.
horn
drum, a wheel with long curved scoops, for raising water.
horn
lead (chem.), chloride of lead.
horn
maker, a maker of cuckolds. [obs.]
horn
mercury. (min.) same as horn quicksilver (below).
horn
poppy (bot.), a plant allied to the poppy (glaucium luteum), found on the sandy shores of great britain and virginia; -- called

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The word "horn" is often used metaphorically to signify strength and honor, because horns are the chief weapons and ornaments of the animals which possess them; hence they are also used as a type of victory. Of strength the horn of the unicorn was the most frequent representative, (33:17) etc., but not always; comp. (1 Kings 22:11) where probably horns of iron, worn defiantly and symbolically on the head, are intended. Among the Druses upon Mount Lebanon the married women wear silver horns on their heads. In the sense of honor, the word horn stands for the abstract "my horn," (Job 16:16) "all the horn of Israel," (1 Samuel 2:3) and so for the supreme authority. It also stands for the concrete, whence it comes to mean king, kingdom. (Daniel 8:2) etc.; Zech 1:18 Out of either or both of these last two metaphors sprang the idea of representing gods with horns.
  

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n. gheb

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(*) In naval mine warfare, a projection from the mine shell of some contact mines which, when broken or bent by contact, causes the mine to fire.
  

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Horn or Horns may refer to:
  • Horn (anatomy), a pointed projection of the skin on the head of various animals; source of most other uses below
  • Horn, see keratin, the substance that, apart from other functions, is the main component of the tissue that sheaths the bony core of horns and hoofs of various animals

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In Norse mythology, Freyja (Old Norse the "Lady") is a goddess associated with love, beauty, fertility, gold, seiðr, war and death. Freyja is the owner of the necklace Brísingamen, rides a chariot driven by two cats, owns the boar Hildisvíni, possesses a cloak of falcon feathers, and, by her husband Óðr, is the mother of two daughters; Hnoss and Gersemi.

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cornu

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QLD -10.61517 142.31197

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any instrument, not simply the brass and the reeds.

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Noun
1. a noisemaker (as at parties or games) that makes a loud noise when you blow through it
(hypernym) noisemaker
(classification) game
2. one of the bony outgrowths on the heads of certain ungulates
(hypernym) process, outgrowth, appendage
(hyponym) antler
(part-holonym) ram, tup
(substance-meronym) bone, os
(derivation) tusk
3. a noise made by the driver of an automobile to give warning;
(hypernym) alarm, alert, warning signal, alarum
4. a high pommel of a Western saddle (usually metal covered with leather)
(synonym) saddle horn
(hypernym) pommel, saddlebow
(part-holonym) stock saddle, Western saddle
5. a brass musical instrument with a brilliant tone; has a narrow tube and a flared bell and is played by means of valves
(synonym) cornet, trumpet, trump
(hypernym) brass
(hyponym) serpent
6. any outgrowth from the head of an organism that resembles a horn
(hypernym) process, outgrowth, appendage
(derivation) tusk
7. the material (mostly keratin) that covers the horns of ungulates and forms hooves and claws and nails
(hypernym) animal material
(hyponym) whalebone, baleen
(substance-meronym) keratin, ceratin
8. an alarm device that makes a loud warning sound
(hypernym) alarm, warning device, alarm system
(hyponym) air horn
9. a brass musical instrument consisting of a conical tube that is coiled into a spiral and played by means of valves
(synonym) French horn
(hypernym) brass
10. a device on an automobile for making a warning noise
(synonym) automobile horn, car horn, motor horn, hooter
(hypernym) alarm, warning device, alarm system
(part-holonym) car, auto, automobile, machine, motorcar
(part-meronym) horn button
Verb
1. stab or pierce with a horn or tusk; "the rhino horned the explorer"
(synonym) tusk
(hypernym) pierce, thrust


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To dream that you hear the sound of a horn, foretells hasty news of a joyful character.

To see a broken horn, denotes death or accident.

To see children playing with horns, denotes congeniality in the home.

For a woman to dream of blowing a horn, foretells that she is more anxious for marriage than her lover.
  

Copyright: Ten Thousand Dreams Interpreted, or "What's in a dream": a scientific and practical exposition; By Gustavus Hindman, 1910. For the open domain e-text see: Guttenberg Project Dictionary source: Dream Dictionary
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adharc, f., beann (also hooter, klaxon)

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Austria 43 -2982

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Bualgorn = n. a bugle horn Cadgorn = n. a horn of battle Corn = n. a horn; a corn; a top; a top of a chimney; roll Cornig = n. a horn; a whirl Cornio = v. to horn; to butt Helgorn = n. a hunting horn

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WALLERKOWSKI Hornisse L1P L

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(n.)
A curved projection on the fore part of a plane.
   (n.)
A drinking cup, or beaker, as having been originally made of the horns of cattle.
   (n.)
A hard, projecting, and usually pointed organ, growing upon the heads of certain animals, esp. of the ruminants, as cattle, goats, and the like. The hollow horns of the Ox family consist externally of true horn, and are never shed.
   (n.)
A symbol of strength, power, glory, exaltation, or pride.
   (n.)
A vessel made of a horn; esp., one designed for containing powder; anciently, a small vessel for carrying liquids.
   (n.)
A wind instrument of music; originally, one made of a horn (of an ox or a ram); now applied to various elaborately wrought instruments of brass or other metal, resembling a horn in shape.
   (n.)
An emblem of a cuckold; -- used chiefly in the plural.
   (n.)
An incurved, tapering and pointed appendage found in the flowers of the milkweed (Asclepias).
   (n.)
Any natural projection or excrescence from an animal, resembling or thought to resemble a horn in substance or form; esp.: (a) A projection from the beak of a bird, as in the hornbill. (b) A tuft of feathers on the head of a bird, as in the horned owl. (c) A hornlike projection from the head or thorax of an insect, or the head of a reptile, or fish. (d) A sharp spine in front of the fins of a fish, as in the horned pout.
   (n.)
One of the curved ends of a crescent; esp., an extremity or cusp of the moon when crescent-shaped.
   (n.)
One of the projections at the four corners of the Jewish altar of burnt offering.
   (n.)
Something made of a horn, or in resemblance of a horn
   (n.)
The antler of a deer, which is of bone throughout, and annually shed and renewed.
   (n.)
The cornucopia, or horn of plenty.
   (n.)
The curving extremity of the wing of an army or of a squadron drawn up in a crescentlike form.
   (n.)
The high pommel of a saddle; also, either of the projections on a lady's saddle for supporting the leg.
   (n.)
The Ionic volute.
   (n.)
The outer end of a crosstree; also, one of the projections forming the jaws of a gaff, boom, etc.
   (n.)
The pointed beak of an anvil.
   (n.)
The tough, fibrous material of which true horns are composed, being, in the Ox family, chiefly albuminous, with some phosphate of lime; also, any similar substance, as that which forms the hoof crust of horses, sheep, and cattle; as, a spoon of horn.
   (v. t.)
To cause to wear horns; to cuckold.
   (v. t.)
To furnish with horns; to give the shape of a horn to.
  

Copyright: Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary (1913), edited by Noah Porter. About Dictionary source: Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary (1913)
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stonn

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MAD: probably, 'harn-mad,' that is, brain-mad

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A body of land or water shaped like a horn.

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1. erect penis; 2. telephone

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A device for sounding an alarm. On some entry level vehicles, a single horn makes a high pitch beep. On more expensive vehicles, the sound is made with two or more horns. The sound is made by an electrical charge which activates and deactivates a coil . The sound is then magnified by the shape of the horn. Large truck horns make a very loud noise because the sound is made by passing compressed air through the sounding device. A claxton horn makes a sound that resembles the word "A-hoo-gah." Also see air cleaner horn or air horn .

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Trumpets were at first horns perforated at the tip, used for various purposes (Josh. 6:4,5). Flasks or vessels were made of horn (1 Sam. 16:1, 13; 1 Kings 1:39). But the word is used also metaphorically to denote the projecting corners of the altar of burnt offerings (Ex. 27:2) and of incense (30:2). The horns of the altar of burnt offerings were to be smeared with the blood of the slain bullock (29:12; Lev. 4:7-18). The criminal, when his crime was accidental, found an asylum by laying hold of the horns of the altar (1 Kings 1:50; 2:28). The word also denotes the peak or summit of a hill (Isa. 5:1, where the word "hill" is the rendering of the same Hebrew word). This word is used metaphorically also for strength (Deut. 33:17) and honour (Job 16:15; Lam. 2:3). Horns are emblems of power, dominion, glory, and fierceness, as they are the chief means of attack and defence with the animals endowed with them (Dan. 8:5, 9; 1 Sam. 2:1; 16:1, 13; 1 Kings 1:39; 22:11; Josh. 6:4, 5; Ps. 75:5, 10; 132:17; Luke 1:69, etc.). The expression "horn of salvation," applied to Christ, means a salvation of strength, or a strong Saviour (Luke 1:69). To have the horn "exalted" denotes prosperity and triumph (Ps. 89:17, 24). To "lift up" the horn is to act proudly (Zech. 1:21). Horns are also the symbol of royal dignity and power (Jer. 48:25; Zech. 1:18; Dan. 8:24).

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1. In radio transmission, an open-ended waveguide, of increasing cross-sectional area, which radiates directly in a desired direction or feeds a reflector that forms a desired beam. (188 ) Note 1: Horns may have one or more expansion curves, i.e. , longitudinal cross sections, such as elliptical, conical, hyperbolic, or parabolic curves, and not necessarily the same expansion curve in each (E-plane and H-plane) cross section. Note 2: A very wide range of beam patterns may be formed by controlling horn dimensions and shapes, placement of the reflector, and reflector shape and dimensions. 2. A portion of a waveguide in which the cross section is smoothly increased along the axial direction. (188 ) 3. In audio systems, a tube, usually having a rectangular transverse cross section and a linearly or exponentially increasing cross-sectional area, used for radiating or receiving acoustic waves.

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Horn in Greek
κεραία εντόμου, κέρατο, κόρνα

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(Lex**) κέρατο

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Ουσ. κέρατο//
κεραία ζώου//
κόρνα, κλάξονΡημ. βάζω κέρατα σε κάτι//
κτυπώ με τα κέρατα, κουτουλάω

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Horn in Esperanto
n. korno

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korno, korno1, korno2

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Horn in Chinese (s)

[hR:n] n. 角,角质,喇叭
a wind instrument used in a jazz band; especially :TRUMPET
horn:blow=harp:pluck
喇叭:吹=竖琴:弹(动宾关系)
Sample:The habitat of the horned viper, a particularly venomous snake, is in sandy regions like the Sahara or the Sinai peninsula.

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[E] horn (n) [P] corno (m) [C] 动物的角

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Horn in Luxembourgish
nn - Har (pl. Haren)

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Horn in Interlingua
(of animal) corno; (of car) *klaxon

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Horn in Arabic

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قرن = المادرة القرنية التى تشكل الاظلاف و الحوافر و الاظفار الخ = قرن مجوف يحمل فيه شئ شئ كالقرن بوق ، صور = النفير قوة ، سلطة ، مجد ، اعتبار
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تطفل

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اسْم : قرن . بوق . نفير
أَداة خلعِ الأَحذية

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قَرْن قَرْنُ آمُون قَرْنُ آمون مَعِدَةٌ شَبيهَةٌ بالقَرْن

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أم جُمْعَة أو جمبه










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قَرْن

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ألاسم

رَوْق ; قَرْن


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بوق

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Horn in Visayan
sungay;trompeta

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Horn in Czech
houkačka, klakson, opatřit rohy, roh, tykadlo

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Horn in Estonian
katsesarv

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Horn in Indonesian
tanduk,semacam terompet

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terompet/tanduk
my child #08

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terompet, tanduk, slompret

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klakson
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Horn in Spanish
s.- cuerno | cacho | bocina | pito (Colombia) | claxon

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cuerno , [shell] pututo [quec.]

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Cuerno de Oro (Istanbul) pífano tibetano megáfono al teléfono (Lycopodium clavatum) licopodio, licopodio oficina, musgo terrestre, pie de lobo

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bocina, claxon

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(n.) = cuerno, asta.
Ex: She situates the vessels in the context of Icelandic carving traditions in horn, bone, and walrus ivory = Ella sitúa las vasijas en el contexto de la tradición islandesa de la escultura en astas de cuernos, huesos y marfil de morsa.
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* be on the horns of a dilemma = estar entre la espada y la pared, no saber qué hacer, estar entre dos aguas, nadar entre dos aguas.
* greenhorn = novato, principiante, neófito, bisoño.
* Horn of Africa, the = Cuerno de Africa, el.
* horn of the moon = cuerno de la luna.
* horn-rimmed glasses = gafas de montura de cuerno.
* hunting horn = cuerno de caza.
* lock + horns (with) = medirse la fuerzas (con), tener un encontronazo (con), chocar (con), forcejear (con).
* longhorn = cornilargo.
* seize + the bull by the horns = coger el toro por los cuernos.
* shoehorn = calzador.
* take + the bull by the horns = coger el toro por los cuernos, echarle cara.
(n.) = claxo, bocina, pito.
Ex: There was no starting gun at this year's race, so John Mortimer signaled the start of the race by honking the horn of the lead vehicle.
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* blow + Posesivo + horn = pitar, tocar el claxon, sonar el claxon, hacer sonar el claxon, tocar la bocina, sonar la bocina, hacer sonar la bocina, tocar el pito, sonar el pito, hacer sonar el pito.
* car horn = claxon del coche, bocina del coche, pito del coche.
* French horn = trompa, trompa de llaves, trompa de pistones.
* honk + Posesivo + horn = pitar, tocar el claxon, sonar el claxon, hacer sonar el claxon, tocar la bocina, sonar la bocina, hacer sonar la bocina, tocar el pito, sonar el pito, hacer sonar el pito.
* hoot + Posesivo + horn = pitar, tocar el claxon, sonar el claxon, hacer sonar el claxon, tocar la bocina, sonar la bocina, hacer sonar la bocina, tocar el pito, sonar el pito, hacer sonar el pito.
(v.) = entrometerse, entremeterse, invadir.
Ex: There might be some difficulty with agencies who see us as 'horning in' on their territory.
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* shoehorn = meter con un calzador, forzar.


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cuerno, trompa

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Bocina. Trompeta mecánica del tipo que usan los automovilistas.

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Horn in Russian
№_1.: [n.]
1)
рог
2) [pl.] рожки (улитки), усики (насекомого)
3) рожок (муз. инструмент), гудок, охотничий рог
to wind a ~ играть на рожке
4) рупор
5) [тех.] выступ, шип, рычаг
6) [амер. сл.] (the ~) телефон
7) (attr.) роговой {сочетание}
~ of plenty рог изобилия
on the ~s of [adj.] dilemma в затруднительном положении
to draw ([или] to pull) in one's ~s съёжиться, присмиреть
to show ([или] to put out, to thrust forth) the ~s принять оборонительное положение
to raise the ~s гордиться №_2.: [v.] забодать to ~ in [разг.] вмешиваться

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(n) рог (0) горн

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Бодливой корове бог рог не дает
Брать быка за рога
Бодливой корове бог рог не дает
бахвалиться; хвастаться
(разг.) 1. вламываться, вваливаться без приглашения; 2. вмешиваться; соваться
(досл. «сцепиться с кем-то рогами»)
1) сцепиться (рогами); 2) вступить в борьбу с кем-то; горячо поспорить
Например: I locked horns again with my boss yesterday and now I think of leaving this workplace.
Вчера я опять сцепился со своим начальником и теперь я думаю уйти с этой работы.


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телефон

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рупор, роговой, сигнал, роговидный, рожок, рог, усик

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рог

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1. n. 1. рог 2. pl. рожки (улитки); усики (насекомого) 3. духовой инструмент; рожок; охотничий рог 4. рупор; звукоприемник (звукоуловителя) 5. гудок, сирена автомобиля 6. тех. выступ; шкворень; кронштейн 7. attr. роговой; horn spectacles - очки в роговой оправе; between/on the horns of a dilemma - между двух огней; в затруднительном положении; to draw in one's horns - присмиреть; стушеваться; ретироваться; умерить свой пыл; to toot one's horn - ам. бахвалиться, заниматься саморекламой 2. v. 1. срезать рога 2. бодать; забодать 3. уст. наставить рога - horn in

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Horn in Papiamento
kacho, kachu; kacho, kachu; kacho, kachu

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Horn in Dutch
hoorn

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claxon; hoorn

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Horn in Portuguese
chifre, berrante, (=French horn, valve horn) trompa, corneta, pavilhão/campânula (de instrumento de sopro ou do gramofone)
Livros de IK

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CHIFRE

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chifre

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[eletrônica, eletricidade] antena em forma de chifre [geografia] s. braço de rio, m. [metalurgia] s. bico de bigorna, m. [segurança industrial] s. difusor (de extintor de incêndio), m.
v. chifrar

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Horn in Norwegian
horn

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Horn in Turkish
boynuz

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boynuz; korna, klakson; boru

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i. 1. boynuz. 2. müz. boru. 3. klakson, korna.

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boynuz anten

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korna, düdük

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DİRSEK:Bir uçağın istikamet ve yükseklik dümenleri veya kanatçıkları üzerinde, kontrol kablo veya çubuğun takıldığı, kısa manivela.

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i. 1. boynuz. 2. müz. boru. 3. klakson, korna.

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boynuz

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Horn in Thai
nc. ฮอน (En.)
1. เขาสัตว์, แตรรถยนต์
2. แตรรถ
3. แตรทำด้วยเขาสัตว์

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(ฮอร์น) n. เขาสัตว์,แตรรูปเขา,แตรทรัมเป็ต(trumpet),ยอดเขาแหลม vt. แทงด้วยเขา,ทิ่มด้วยเขา. -Phr. (horn in บุกรุก). adj. ทำด้วยเขา คำที่มีความหมายเหมือนกัน: outgrowth,

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เขาสัตว์,ปลายแหลมของวงจันทร์,แทงด้วยเขา

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Horn in Vietnamese

[hɔ:n]

◊ danh từ

▪ sừng (trâu bò...); gạc hươu, nai...)

▪ râu, anten (sâu bọ...), mào, lông (chim)

▪ (nghĩa bóng) sừng (tượng trưng cho sự cắm sừng chồng)

▪ chất sừng

◦ comb made of horn : lược làm bằng sừng

▪ đồ dùng bắng sừng

▪ tù và

▪ còi (ô tô...)

▪ (âm nhạc) kèn co

▪ đe hai đầu nhọn

▪ đầu nhọn trăng lưỡi liềm

▪ mỏm (vịnh)

▪ nhánh (sông)

▪ cành (hoa...)

▫ between (on) the horns of a dilemma

▪ (xem) delemma

▫ to draw in one's horns

▪ (xem) draw

▫ horn of plenty

▪ (xem) plenty

▫ to take the bull by the horns

▪ (xem) bull

◊ ngoại động từ

▪ làm thành hình sừng, sửa thành hình sừng

▪ cắt ngắn sừng, bẻ gãy sừng (súc vật...)

▪ húc bằng sừng

▪ (từ cổ,nghĩa cổ) cắm sừng (chồng)

◊ nội động từ

▪ to horn in dính vào, can thiệp vào



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Horn in Italian
corno corno da nebbia

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corno. sirena, avvisatore

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Interferire, intromettersi

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cornetta

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Horn in Romanian
corn(de vita);crai nou;claxon;cornet

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I. 1. corn
2. coarne (de melc etc.)
3. antena
4. ciuf (la bufnitei)
5. coarne
6. corn (ca material)
7. corn (din care se bea)
8. corn (pt. praf de pusca etc.)
9. corn ; cornet
10. sirena (pt. ceata etc.) ; claxon
11. corn (al lunii)
12. brat (de riu , mare)
13. alternativa a unei dileme
II. 1. a scurta , a reteza (coarnele)
2. a impunge cu coarnele

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(auto) claxon; hupă; (th) corn; cornet; pâlnie; volută
  

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corn

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a lua în coarne; a se strecura; a strapunge sau a rani cu coarnel; a încornora, a pune coarne (cuiva; antena (la insecte); claxon; corn (ca materie); corn (de vita etc.); corn (recipient); corn de vînatoare; lingura de încaltat; pahar fara picior; tentacula (la moluste); trompeta; încaltator

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Horn in Catalan
s banya, corn | botzina |MÚS corn, trompaHorn of plenty corn de l'abundància

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Horn in Polish
róg m ...the horns of a bull. ...spoons made from horn. (also: French horn ) waltornia f , róg m (AUT ) klakson m

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klakson; róg (instrument)

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róg; rożek (instr. muz.); syrena; sygnałzahaczyć (rogami); zawyć (syrena)

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Horn in French
horn1 [hC:n] n
(a)corne f (de bétail, de bélier, de limaçon etc); bois mpl (d'un cerf); antenne f (de cerf-volant); aigrette f (d'hibou);
to draw in one's horns, (of animal) rentrer les cornes; Fig (of person) restreindre son ardeur, rabattre (de) ses prétentions;
to be on the horns of a dilemma, être en proie à un dilemme;
Liter horn of plenty, corne d'abondance;
(b)corne f (de la lune); branche f (d'un estuaire); Nau oreille f (de taquet);
Cape horn, the horn, le cap Horn;
the horn of Africa, la péninsule des Somalis;
(c)(horny matter) corne f;
horn comb, peigne m en corne;
(d)Mus cor m, cornet m; F (brass or woodwind instrument) cor;
English/French horn, cor anglais/d'harmonie;
hunting horn, trompe f de chasse;
to sound or blow the horn, sonner du cor;
Am to blow one's own horn, se vanter;
horn player, cor, corniste m;
horn section, (in popular music) les cors;
(e)(on car) klaxon m;
to sound one's horn, klaxonner;
(f)pavillon m (de haut parleur).

horn2 vt (gore) encorner (quelqu'un,), donner un coup de corne à (quelqu'un,).

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corne, avertisseur

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Horn in Bulgarian
хорна; свирка; рогов; рог; сирена; рупор; ребро; клаксон; лост; муша;

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[hЈ:n] n 1. рог (и на охлюв, на луната); рогово вещество; 2. лов{2} [hЈ:n] v 1. муша, намушвам с рога; 2. слагам рога на, снабдя

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[ho:n] n 1. рог (и на охлюв, на луната); рогово вещество; 2. ловджийски рог; муз. корна, хорн, валдхорна; алтов обой, английски рог; 3. сигнална свирка, клаксон, сирена (и на автомобил); sl. тръба; 4. рад. рупор; фуниеобразна антена; 5. мустачки, пипалца (ма насекомо); 6. тех. издатина; рог; ребро; ръб; лост; 7. задна и предна висока част на седло; 8. ръкав (на река, залив); 9. геол. пирамидален връх; 10. attr рогов; to have/wear o.'s ~s рогоносец съм; to lock ~s ам. 1) вчепквам рога (за елени); 2) воен. жарг. започвам ръкопашен бой; 3) скарваме се. [ho:n] v 1. муша, намушвам с рога; 2. слагам рога на, снабдявам с рога (особ. в фр); 3. скъсявам/отрязвам рогата (на добитьк); 4. свиря на/надувам рог; 5. to ~ in on sl. натрапвам се на; намесвам се/бъркам се в.

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Horn in Croatian
rog

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rogovina , truba , probosti rogovima (n) rog , rukavac (v) nabosti na rogove , puhati u rog

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rogu

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Horn in German
Horn

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Horn in Danish
signalhorn, horn

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Horn in Persian
قانون هرنر

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شاخ‌، بوق‌، كرنا، شيپور، پياله‌، نوك‌

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نوك، بوق، پياله، شاخ، شيپور، كرنا

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شاخ
قله هرمي شکلي که بر اثر عملکرد يخچال در سه يا چند سيرک اطراف يک قله پديد مي آيد.

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زاويه ي شاخي

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شاخک مين ارتعاشى ،شاخ ،بوق ،کرنا،شيپور،پياله ،نوک
ورزش : قاچ زين اسب
علوم نظامى : شاخک مجاورتى مين
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air operated horn 
 basset horn 
 bull horn 
chemical horn 
 dorset horn 
dual-tone horn 
 english horn 
fog horn 
 fog-horn 
french horn 
horn gap 
 horn in 
horn mad 
 horn of plenty 
horn of pole piece 
 horn socket 
horn stone 
 hunting horn 
hunting-horn 
 ink horn 
 loud-tone horn 
multi-tone horn 
 occipital horn 
powder horn 
 switch horn 
to lift up one's horn



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شاخ‌ ، بوق‌ ، كرنا ، شيپور، پياله‌ ، نوك‌

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يّ÷ ٹ ùَ‘‏• ٹ¤ّ•‏ھ ٹ ‘÷¤î ٹ ëّ“ ٹ  ‘ھ

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Horn in Hungarian
hangszóró, tölcsér alakú torkolat, telefon, szaru

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agancs; autóduda; csáp; duda; kürt; szaru; szarv; szarv alakú tartó; szarv alakú serleg; tapogató; tülök; fogantyú; hangszóró; pata; tollbóbita; tölcsér alakú torkolat; tölcsér alakú vízfolyás; tölcsér alakú öböl; tölcsér; üllőszarv

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kürt,tülök,duda,szarv

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Horn in Hebrew
(ש"ע) קרן.

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קרן -
בהתייחס לקרחונים, מבנה בולט הנוצר כאשר קרקסים קרחוניים אחדים מתפתחים במדרונותיה של פסגה הררית.

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Horn in Serbian
Rog

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Horn in Albanian
bri; bori

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bri, burie, i bie buries

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Horn in Mongolian
n. 1. эвэр. 2. бїрээ, урам. 3. дохио, чагнаал. 4. tech. хєшїїрэг. raise the horns бахархах. horn of plenty далай баян. on the horns of a dilemma ацан шалаанд орох. v. мєргєх, сэжих. horned adj. эвэртэй. horny adj. 1. эвэр ургасан, эвэршсэн (хєл гар). 2. эврэн, эврээр хийсэн. horn-rimmed adj. эвэр хїрээтэй (нїдний шил).

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эвэр, бүрээ, урам, чанга яригч, хөшүүрэг

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Horn in Swedish
horn, sirén~ silver; hornsilver

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horn, lur

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Horn in Urdu
v.t. mamnuu^ qaraar deyna/siiٌg taraasHna

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n.
1. سينگ- شاخ- قرن- کچکڑا- کرگ
2. a wind instrument نرسنگا- ترہي- قرنا
3. drinking cup پيالہ- کھپر
4. a feeder of an insect کيڑے کي موچھ
5. (Ast.) ہالہ- حلقہ
6. موڑ دار سوٹا
7. (of a bow) گوشہ
horn for powder سينگڑا- سنگا
to pull in the horns دم دبا کر بھاگ جانا
to put out horns سينگ نکلنا- سر سينگ ہونا
to wear the horns بھڑوا پن کرنا
v. a.
سينگ لگانا- سينگ مارنا


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Horn in Slovak
rog, roževina, trobilo

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Horn in Ukrainian
(n) ріг

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(n) роговий компенсатор; рупор

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